Investment crypto products’ outflows amounted to $21 million last week.
According to a CoinShares report, bitcoin outflows from investment products into digital assets were modest at $21 million last week. However, this figure masks very high Bitcoin (BTC) trading volumes last week, totaling $11.8 billion, seven times the average weekly trading volume in 2023.

Source: CoinShares

Geographically, capital inflows into the United States totaled $263 million, while Canada and Europe saw outflows of $297 million. Analysts suggest that such trends are explained by the migration of assets to the United States.
Bitcoin product outflows were minor, totaling $25 million, although trading volumes of $11.8 billion represented 63% of all BTC volumes on trusted exchanges. Ethereum (ETH) and Solana (SOL)-based products saw outflows of $14 million and $8.5 million, respectively.
Analysts note that ETP activity is currently dominating overall trading activity. Incumbent issuers with higher costs have been hit in the U.S., with capital outflows totaling $2.9 billion since the launch of spot Bitcoin ETFs.

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Since launch, these newly issued ETFs have gained $4.13 billion, outpacing losses from more expensive existing ETPs. Investors saw the recent price decline as an opportunity to add to short Bitcoin investment products, receiving an influx of $13 million. Net inflows into U.S. ETFs have been $1.2 billion since launch.
Senior IT architect at BTCData Chris Jay Terry predicted an outflow of another $25 billion from the largest spot Bitcoin ETF GBTC.

Looks like #BTC price will continue flat/down until #GBTC is liquidated, $25B of selling over the next few weeks. #Grayscale decision to keep #ETF fess at 1.5% will go down as the biggest strategic error in #crypto history. GREEDY IDIOTS. @saylor @starkness @aantonop @rogerkver… pic.twitter.com/fjRDfPQgA2— Chris J Terry (@chrisjterry) January 21, 2024

After six days of trading, the net outflow from GBTC amounted to $2.8 billion. JPMorgan Chase bank experts expect that the fund will lose about $13 billion, of which $10 billion will be transferred by investors to other products from the same sector.

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